African Forum for Mathematical Ecology (AFME)
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1990-11-16 Trieste Italy
16 Nov 1990, Trieste (Italy), at 3rd Autumn Course on Mathematical Ecology organized by E-XF2724 - Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP).
Describe the present role of mathematical ecology and encourage use of mathematical modelling in carrying out ecological studies in Africa; strengthen capabilities of scientists in data analysis and interpretation; enhance multidisciplinary approaches to solving Africa's ecological problems; promote collaboration among African scientists and the international scientific community in the field; encourage inclusion of mathematical ecology in the curricula of African institutions of higher learning in biological and social sciences.
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